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Spotlight On: Michael Russo

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Michael used variety of tablescapes for Danielle and Kevin's wedding: Half of the round tables featured dramatic bare-branch centerpieces, while the other half showcased rounded floral sculptures. Long banquet tables formed the outer edges of the reception space, where Michael had created oversize floral frames.

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Michael accented Danielle and Kevin's custom floral frames with pillar candles and hanging crystals for texture and depth.

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Taking traditional stationery to a whole new level, Danielle and Kevin added ribbons and jewel brooches to each invitation for a truly glamorous feel. Michael then incorporated similar jewel accents into other aspects of the decor, from the centerpieces to the cake.

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Pillar centerpieces of cascading crystals were the perfect luxe touch to this Pierre Hotel ballroom wedding in New York City.

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For Kelly Baldwin and Joey Fatone's 2004 wedding, Michael draped the ballroom (also at New York's Oheka Castle) in red fabric and created oversize fabric-and-rose table lamps as dramatic centerpieces. The multicolored motif of reds, greens, and golds carried through later into the evening when the couple hosted a full-blown carnival after-party, co ...
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Michael created a lush floral canopy in whites and greens for Kelly and Joey’s ballroom ceremony.

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Local orchids lined the aisle of this outdoor Hawaiian ceremony, and Michael let the natural scenery do the rest.

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Michael wrapped white hydrangeas and roses around Lucite pillars to create an interesting illusion for Danielle Deleasa and Kevin Jonas' ceremony canopy.

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Varied heights and colors of hanging elements, like paper lanterns, add dimension and texture to reception spaces.

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Spotlight On: Michael Russo

For Danielle Deleasa and Kevin Jonas's tented December wedding at New York's Oheka Castle, Michael created a winter wonderland motif -- only for an actual blizzard to fall that week! Using an all-white color palette, accented with purple lighting, Michael fashioned a floral canopy under which the couple wed. The pastry chef of the castle created an elaborate, seven-tiered cake, where each layer was decorated differently.

Photo: Anthony Vasquez Photography

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